Royal Society of Chemistry
UC Davis Honorees
The Royal Society of Chemistry brings together the most prominent scientists in the world to form a community of over fifty-four thousand members, who are so elected for high innovation in a rapidly changing discipline. More>>
A researcher in the areas of inorganic and solid state and synthetic chemistry, Louise Berben is leading studies of redox reactions for development of sustainable, economic methods for capturing and storing energy from renewable resources, and chemical processes for decreasing waste product from these activities.
Professor of Chemistry Frank E. Osterloh's interests span the chemical, physical, and catalytic properties of inorganic nanomaterials for application to solar energy conversion and other technologies.
Distinguished Professor of Chemistry Philip P. Power has contributed significantly to research on molecular synthesis, new forms of bonding, and reactivity among various elements.
Professor of Chemistry Dean Tantillo's reasearch in organic chemistry is driven by mechanisitc questions, particularly regarding the origins of low activiation barriers and high regio- and stereoselectivities for various cascade polycyclization reactions.